Locking cities into low-carbon growth
The time is ripe to look forward, to examine how cities can contribute to resolving China's key development challenges.
Fast forward momentum
The advancement and deepening of relations between China and Russia has benefited from meticulous care and attention given them by leaders of both countries.
More talking would stop the bickering
Japanese people need time to get used to the change in Sino-Japanese relations after China's rise as an economic power.
New dynamic for China-EU ties
The frequent exchange visits by the leaders of China and European nations since 2009 demonstrate that China-EU relations are now steadily progressing.
Road toll transparency
Now the campaign is under way to overhaul road charges. Hopefully, the accounts of all toll roads will be made transparent and more expressways will become toll free.
US' fixation on renminbi's exchange rate
The upcoming Strategic and Economic Dialogue between the US and China is an excellent opportunity to examine and rethink America's priorities.
EU commissioner looks to increase investment
The increasing number of exchanges among top leaders of China and Europe highlights their closer interdependency, Karel De Gucht said
Cultural enrichment is the key
Industry insiders believe that China's tourism future lies in lowering ticket prices and enriching tourism products.
Broader fields for renminbi
Internationalization of the yuan will play a critical role in promoting China's transformation from a purely trading giant to a trade and financial power.
Driving force for transition
China's demographic dividend may come to an end in 2013. Between 2014 and 2050, the output per capita growth will decline by 0.45 percent per year.
Sustaining overseas markets
Some domestic enterprises, especially those that have experienced a larger-scale capacity expansion in recent years, are facing growing pressures.
Plenty of untapped potential
Central and East European economies are an attractive destination for Chinese companies keen to 'go out'.